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### This activity is designed to help your AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, Calculus Honors or Calculus I students gain a better understanding for slope fields and

This lesson activity for Calculus Limits is intended for AP Calculus AB, Honors Calculus, and College Level Calculus students. The bundle includes a 5 versions of a test/study guide, each with 25 questions. Three versions of the assessment are free response and two are multiple choice. Also included is a set of 25 Task Cards, a student answer sheet, and a QR coded answer sheet

Calculus, Introduction to Differential Equations, Initial Value Problems Task or Station Cards This activity is designed for Calculus 1 or AP Calculus.

Calculus: Graphs of the Derivatives Task Cards , PowerPoint, and Graphic Organizer. Students practice discerning Between the Graphs of f, f ', and f ''.

This activity is designed to help your Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Calculus Honors or Calculus 1 students with visualizing volumes of solids when rotated about

This activity is designed to help your Calculus students with visualizing volumes of solids when rotated about an axis or line. There are 36 task cards in the activity. The cards are sorted into sets a graph, an equation, and a volume formula card.

Here's a fun way to practice Related Rates problems for your Calculus students. 8 taak cards, 8 equation cards, and 8 derivative cards.

Here's an activity created for AP Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Calculus or College Calculus that contains 11 stations. Students will work cooperatively in

Here's a Calculus Activity that contains 11 stations. Students work cooperatively in 3-4 minute stations to complete the task cards. The activity contains questions that cover: - the limit definition of the derivative, - power rule - product rule - quotient rule - chain rule - writing equations of tangent lines - finding values to force continuity - using the alternative definition of a limit to explore continuity - and other graphical representations of derivatives

Fundamental Theorem of CalculusThis activity is designed for Calculus 1 or AP Calculus. The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus is usually included in Unit 4, Integration, right after Antiderivatives. This activity reinforces the concepts taught in class and helps provide a solid basis before going on to substitution.Included: *Task Cards: There are 16 cards. # 1 - 8 depict graphs of functions with shaded regions.